AWS’ worldwide market share inched back up to 33 per cent after Microsoft and Google slowly gained ground in previous quarters.
When it comes to keeping everyone in the company on the same page, IT could be doing more - especially when securing mobile devices.
AWS is set to give the National University of Singapore a hand in developing new quantum communication and computing technologies.
Any lingering indifference to risk has evaporated due to spiking ransomware attacks, supply chain threats and the challenges of securing remote workers.
Sophos is hoping to expand its reach across Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand and Indonesia as it turns to Ingram Micro to help it recruit new partners to its Sophos MSP Connect Flex program.
Jetpack Compose, Google’s native UI toolkit for Android mobile application development, has reached its official 1.0 production release status.
The decline of Huawei shipments and LG’s planned exit from the smartphone market is paving the way for other vendors to swoop in and bolster up their ranking in the global market share leaderboards.
Google Cloud has expanded its partnership with German software vendor SAP, becoming a strategic cloud partner for its RISE with SAP program.
The world’s leading cloud providers are vying for environmental kudos as governments, enterprises, consumers and investors raise sustainability targets and expectations.
Salesforce partner Isobar has stepped in to give Singapore-based baking ingredients and equipment provider Phoon Huat a hand in deploying Salesforce and MuleSoft solutions.
Japanese cloud financial management solutions vendor Alphaus has marked its first major step into the Singapore market after striking a deal with local cloud specialist Cloud Comrade.
Work-from-anywhere employees will no longer be treated as a second-class citizen, which means they will be supported by best-in-class technology.
Microsoft's new certifications are based on industry analysis of jobs and roles and are built in sync with documentation and training materials.
With the Delta variant of COVID-19 on the rise, government agencies and businesses are starting to weigh in on how to keep workers safe
Triton uses Python’s syntax to compile to GPU-native code, without the complexities of GPU programming.
Microsoft credits open source and cross-platform support for the increased adoption of its software development platform.
Xiaomi has blasted past Apple for the second time in the global smartphone shipment rankings, coming in second place for the first time during the June quarter.
Boston Dynamics, Delta Electronics Int’l (Singapore), Group-IB and Wanxiang, along with a network of tech associations, set to move in.
A joint advisory issued by cyber agencies in Australia, the United States and the United Kingdom has detailed the top cyber security vulnerabilities exploited by malicious cyber actors since 2020.
Cloud4C has shifted the SAP-based ERP system of South Korean cosmetics company Carver Korea to Azure as part of a major three-year deal.
By 2024, worldwide pending on edge computing will reach $250 billion, according to IDC. This represents a double-digit CAGR of 12.5 per cent for each year though 2024. Clearly, this is an in-demand area of technology. The question then is, why is edge computing proving to be so compelling, what applications is it being used in, and how should CIOs and other thought leaders be thinking about it?. Read more